And what is still open and available for fun in the Resort and Casino destination! Updated: March 14, 2020 Please help support a group of temporarily out-of-work dealers by using the links on this article to book your next Las Vegas Vacation! Hot Deal: Caesars Palace for $396 $99 Normally, this center strip mega-resort lists for $250+ …Continue reading "Vegas Room Rates Slashed Amid Virus Closures"
Of all the drives in the country that can be tedious, Los Angeles to Las Vegas probably ranks pretty high. Nothing but brown mountains and interstate. Although I can’t recommend a route that skips the brown, I can recommend a short historical side trip and a slightly nicer desert drive. Yes! Some desert routes are …Continue reading "LA to Las Vegas: an alternative route"
[DISPLAY_ACURAX_ICONS] The Mirage Volcano is free to onlookers nightly on the Las Vegas Strip. Beginning at 6pm and every half hour until 11pm, strip-goers are dazzled by the fiery explosions mimicking a volcano eruption. Recent improvements have added even more bangs, booms, and fire, as well as a new drum beat from The Grateful Dead’s …Continue reading "Mirage Volcano"
If you tire of the casinos one day on your visit to Las Vegas, you may be surprised by the excitement that can be had on a desert excursion. Red Rock canyon is a well-maintained and popular destination about 45 minutes from the strip. There visitors can find activities ranging from a casual stroll beneath …Continue reading "Las Vegas Outdoors – Red Rock Canyon"
After a walk through the Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace, you may notice something strange – you are riding an escalator that is not going straight down, it is in fact, taking you on a spiral journey down the middle of the 2004 addition to the mall. Curved Escalators were a new technology with this …Continue reading "Forum Shops Curved Escalators"